Hyper-Globalist Soros Attacks China By James Reed
The more that I learn about China, the more I respect the Chinese for their sense of racial solidarity. If the dream of modernity disappears tomorrow, and techno-society collapses, say from an EMP event, or more likely from its own internal rottenness, most Western people would probably commit suicide without the goodies and sweeties that consumerism bubbles out. Many Chinese would too, but a majority would happily go back to growing rice with a hand hoe. Hopefully, they would preserve some of the wisdom of both the East and West, but probably not. Anyway, that is why the globalists, knowing that they have succeeded in destroying the West, are turning their attention to China, because not a single stone must be left unturned. Of course, Israel continues to be a target as well, but China has now emerged as nationalist enemy number 1:
“The billionaire philanthropist George Soros has used his annual speech at the World Economic Forum, in Davos, to launch a scathing attack on China and its president Xi Jinping. Mr Soros warned that artificial intelligence and machine learning could be used to entrench totalitarian control in the country. He said this scenario presented an "unprecedented danger". But he said the Chinese people were his "main source of hope". "China is not the only authoritarian regime in the world but it is the wealthiest, strongest and technologically most advanced," he said, noting concerns too about Vladimir Putin's Russia. "This makes Xi Jinping the most dangerous opponent of open societies," he said. Mr Soros, a prominent donor to the Democratic Party in the US, also criticised the Trump administration's stance towards China. "Instead of waging a trade war with practically the whole world, the US should focus on China," he said. He urged Washington to crack down on Chinese technology companies such as Huawei and ZTE, which he said present an "unacceptable security risk for the rest of the world". More broadly, Mr Soros cautioned that repressive regimes could utilise technology to control their citizens, in what he called "a mortal threat to open societies".
However, the use of technology to control thought is practiced with equal cold efficiency by the West, so it is hypocritical to target China. In fact, on race and immigration issues, and almost everything threatening the West, the Chinese have more freedom of speech than us, which just shows how far the West has tumbled from Enlightenment ideals.